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Wedding event to remain at Manchester Central
posted on: 2/6/2011 08:14:09
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One of the UK's largest wedding shows is returning to Manchester Central each autumn for the next three years.

The UK Wedding Shows, which give brides a comprehensive platform for their wedding day essentials, will take place at the venue until 2014, having first taken up tenancy in 2007.

Show director Bev Howard said Manchester Central (pictured) is ideal for her show, as the pillar-free exhibiting space allows for a viewable stage and catwalk.

"Manchester Central's location is ideal for our shows with its excellent transport links making it easy to reach. The UK Wedding Shows always has a great tenancy at Manchester Central and I am delighted that we will be part of the events programme each autumn until 2014," she said.

Manchester Central has 25 years' experience of holding exhibitions in its historic Central Hall, and The UK Wedding Shows has been a client since 2007.

Earlier this year organiser Ocean Media signed an agreement with Quickka Events to create a mobile device app for all four National Wedding Shows in the UK.

Any news? Contact exhibitionworld@mashmedia.net


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